Year 6 is a special year for students as they bring to an end their Primary School journey and prepare to embark upon a new adventure.
Expectations for Year 6
- An enjoyable year with new opportunities and experiences,
- Progress for all children and the highest standards achieved for every child,
- Building independent skills ready for secondary school,
- Embedding a high level of respect,
- Challenging the children to discover their unique gift - Who has God called me to be?
If you have any concerns or questions regarding your child, please feel free to see me at the end of the day. If I am not available or this is not convenient for yourself, then please make an appointment with me via the school office.
I look forward to continuing to work with you this year to ensure that your child reaches their full potential whilst in my care.
Miss Battick and Mr Healy
The children will be given homework in order to practice and consolidate basic skills.
- Spellings: Set on Monday, tested on Friday.
- Maths and Grammar/Punctuation: Set on Friday, due on Tuesday
- Times Tables: Set online on Times Tables Rockstars
- Reading: Children are expected to read every evening and to record this in their reading diaries.
Please note that in order to prepare for SATs and secondary school, the expectations for homework will increase. There will also be opportunities for the children to complete creative homework tasks/projects throughout the year.
Find out what we will be learning during the year in our Curriculum Overviews (latest at the top):
More about our learning in Year 6:
LEARNING RESOURCES TO USE AT HOME
Class teachers may set additional tasks for your children to complete through the following links alongside the CGP books and reading everyday in the event of a shutdown for the Corona Virus or self isolation of your child. Some of these links have also been added as class/key stage specific. You can also view many more resources and projects on our Home Learning Page. We also encourage you to share some of your child's home learning through twitter, our handle is @stannespri.
- Year 6 Challenges - Revision of all times tables and division facts up to 12 x 12.
- Year 5 and 6 Spelling Frames
- My Maths - Lessons and activities to review all areas of the Maths curriculum.
- KS2 Activity Booklet - activities for all curriculum areas.
- Nrich - Maths challenges and puzzles
- CGP - Online 10 minute tests in Maths and GPS
home learning tasks set by miss battick
I would love to see your work! You can share your work with me through Twitter @stannespri or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Term 2 (from 01/06/20 - end of the school year)
- Maths: During this final half term, it is really important that you focus on consolidating your Maths knowledge and skills in preparation for secondary school.
Numerise Secondary Ready is a FREE online course which has been designed to prepare Year 6 learners for starting Year 7 in September. Your parents will need to help you sign up to this. More information in this Parent Letter.
My Mini Maths has a series of FREE Year 6 transition activities which include the 10 key areas from the Year 7 curriculum. You can work through one activity per day and then check your answers which are at the bottom of each worksheet.
- English: Each week, keep up to date with current affairs by reading First News. Then complete the vocabulary/comprehension tasks and puzzles. Visit our First News page HERE.
- Year 6/7 Transition
This half term, I would really like for you to spend time, whether you are at home or in school, to start to prepare yourselves for moving on to secondary school.
These weekly projects will help you to explore different aspects of your transition from primary school to secondary school. It would be useful to work through some of the activities with your parents or older siblings so that you can discuss your feelings, thoughts and ideas with them.
If you would like to discuss anything with me, or ask any questions, please ask your parents to contact me via email or I can speak to you during our weekly phone calls.
Transition Learning Projects - THESE WILL BE UPDATED WEEKLY
Ready to perform A Midsummer Night’s Dream at The MAC as part of The Shakespeare School’s Festival
Hard at work on Takeover Day!
Kicking off our Evolution topic with a Survival of the Fittest battle!
Excited for the first activity at Whitemoor Lakes
Finding out how to use paying-in slips with Natwest.
Using an atlas to track the perilous journey of a refugee